scene. i was secured by state department security officers or u.s. military. the fbi got right in, checked what was missing, checked the weapons and everything else that was used in the take. i have never seen this since the takeover of our embassy in teheran in '79. it tells me, again, that libya is a precarious situation. the state department realizes that the fbi cannot fight its way in to a crime scene. the fbi has got to be secured when it arrives on the ground and there's obviously none. the libyans are not cooperating. if they are not letting the fbi talk to the people they have arrested, and frankly i think those people are probably the types, the usual suspects. they have nothing to do with the attack, but that's just my opinion. this is an investigation that cannot possibly, at this point, turn up very much useful. >> yeah, for libyans not allowing any access directly to the suspects, i mean, what does i that say to you? it doesn't portend well at all?